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From plastic-spotting to fried-egg jellyfish: an account of my stay on the SY Independence. Written by Veerle Troelstra

First for introductions: I’m a third-year Environmental Geoscience student at UCL. I initially chose my degree in the hope to eventually be able to contribute my own research on prevailing environmental issues. Having always been very keen on sailing and hoping to combine these two interests, I stumbled upon Project Manaia in my search for …

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Project Manaia: exceeding my expectations and raising the bar. Written by Tawani Naude

Tawani NAUDE working with ID book

Project Manaia: exceeding my expectations and raising the bar. Last year my life kicked off with a bang. One day I was in South Africa, my home country, and the next moment I found myself flying to Hungary to start my life afresh. Hi, my name is Tawani Naudé and this is the story of …

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